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Create a New Layer With the Built-in High Pass

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发表于 2022-10-1 18:45:46 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
本帖最后由 Momin55 于 2022-10-1 18:50 编辑

A new layer has been created, with the filter applied (you can also deactivate the filter by unchecking it).  filter Now, we are going to create a new layer with the integrated filter: we will therefore no longer be able to deactivate this filter. To do this, we will make the filtered layer and the base layer visible and go to the menu Layers > Merge visible layers. Clipping with Affinity: Create a new accent layer Clipping with Affinity: Create a new accent layer Well, it's already over Outline the element of interest with the Selection Brush and adjust Well then I'm not going to re-explain everything, it's exactly the same thing as what we saw previously Selection brush quick selection Adjust: Cover.

Adjustment Brush in Matte Mode Retouch with Adjustment Brush in Background and Foreground mode Get output layer/mask/both Modify the mask directly with the Brush tool (very short :p) You can also, once you image manipulation service have done the clipping with the Selection Brush and you have adjusted, recover the mask (or a new layer with a mask) and paint directly on the mask. There is a color code when you paint on a mask: White: it's the foreground, everything you want to keep and which will be opaque Black: this is the background, everything you want to remove and which will be transparent If you are in the New layer with mask, click on the arrow to the left of the layer to unroll the mask and click on the latter to activate the modifications on the mask.



Now you can take a brush (B for brush… but no, like Brush and paint in black what you want to remove and in white what you want to add. (Don't be afraid, I added a green background to see better…) Clipping with Affinity: Painting on a black and white mask to modify it Clipping with Affinity: Painting on a black and white mask to modify it Tip: for a “fur” texture you can take a textured brush instead of a basic brush. Use an inner shadow to fix artifacts in a large cover To collect some fine enough objects, you may have had to increase the Cover; or not to lower it too much. As a result, you also saw a “cloud” appear around the details that you recovered. The biggest "pieces" of this cloud you will have to remove them by hand, with the Adjustment Brush in Background mode (see a little above > Retouching on the selection) But for the kind of glow that appears around the hairs/whiskers, you can add an inner shadow to hide it and make the hairs stand out.
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